The BCCI picked up three players as standby, fast bowler Navdeep Saini
Khalil Ahmed, Prashur Khan and Deepak Chahar will go to England as Netballers
new Delhi. On Wednesday, the BCCI named young wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant and veteran batsman Ambati Rayudu as stand-up players in India's World Cup team. Fast bowler Navdeep Saini has also been able to make it to the list for the World Cup in England and Wales from May 30. Team India can take care of him if any player is injured.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) also clarified that the Yo-Yo test of 15 players selected for the World Cup will not be held.
Pant and Raidu's name were not included in the list of players selected for the World Cup on Monday. After this Sunil Gavaskar expressed surprise at not choosing Pant, while Gautam Gambhir described the ignorance of Raidu as unfortunate by the selectors.
BCCI still has the option to select players
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has ended the process of selecting potential players. However, the BCCI will have the option of choosing anyone else. However, the chances of making changes to the team are very low. A senior BCCI official said, "Like the ICC Champions Trophy, we have 3 standbys. Rishabh Pant is the first and Ambati Rayudu is the second standby, while Navdeep Saini is included in the bowlers' list. So if someone is injured, then according to need, one of the three will go. '
Khalil, Lamp, and not Rush Standby
Although Khalil Ahmad, Prashur Khan and Deepak Chahar will go with the team purely as a net bowler. If management thinks then they can also be included. The official said, 'Khalil, charge and lamp are not standby players. There is such a possibility in the case of bowlers, but when it comes to a purely batsman, then Rishabh or Raidu will be. '
Raidu tweeted on Prasad by tweeting
On Sunday, Raidu tweeted on the main selector MSK Prasad. They had tweeted, "We have just ordered 3-D glasses to watch the World Cup." Prasad had said during the announcement of the team, "We gave Rayudu some more opportunities, but Vijay Shankar" Dimension 'given. They can bat. If circumstances are unfavorable then they can bowl. He is also a good fielder. We are watching Vijay Shankar as the batting unit of No. 4. "
IPL decided not to take yo-yo test
The official said, "In other developments, players of Team India, selected for the World Cup, will not have to give any yo-yo test. Indeed, in England, the World Cup is to be held from May 30, while the IPL ends on May 12. After the IPL finale, they will also need a recovery time. "Team India's first match in the World Cup is on June 5 from South Africa.